Puppies are funny and cute. They are excited and curious, always ready to take on a challenge. When I think of the dental school experience, I think of dental students as puppies — excited to hold a handpiece and mirror for the first time, meeting patients and performing our first procedures.
In college I participated in an internship program that allowed students into psychiatric hospitals to interact with patients with chronic mental illnesses. All interns were required to carry a personal duress alarm system, every corridor was locked on both ends, and patients could wear only the color khaki. At the time, my goal as an intern was to make the patients smile.
ASDA District 4 leadership brainstormed ways to help New Yorkers as COVID-19 wreaked havoc on the city.
Dr. Emily Hahn attended Marquette University in Milwaukee for both her undergraduate and dental school education, earning her DDS in 2012. Here, she discusses her unique pediatric practice as well as her advice for students interested in treating this population.
If you want to own someday, the associate-to-owner path might help you get there faster. With the associate-to-owner path, you join a practice as an associate with an agreement for a future complete sale.
Your feed on social media is full of ads. One minute you’re looking up pulpal necrosis on Google and the next, a plush, personalized, toothpaste subscription box is asking for your email on Instagram. As a dental student, you can’t help but be skeptical of these products and the broad claims they make.
With thousands of informative and entertaining podcasts available on different streaming services, listening to podcasts has become a normal part of many people’s everyday schedules. In honor of International Podcast Day, here are some podcast suggestions for dental students.